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Princeton Indoor Golf – Indoor golf fun

Simulator Cost is $25 / hour – per group (1-4 players)

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Just want to hit the links?  Step right in and play a round on your favorite course.

Compete Online

With the FSX software, you can compete with other local players, or players across the world.

Improve your Game

Practice in “driving range” mode and utilize the Foresight GS2 monitoring and feedback system to improve your game.

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$25 / hour (1-4 players)

Hours  9:00 am to 10:00 pm Monday through Saturday and 1:00 pm to 10:00 pm Sunday

Bring your clubs – No Markings Required

We have golf balls or use your own – No Markings Required

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With the click of a button, you can be standing on the first tee of the Congressional Country Club or staring down a fairway of Hazeltine, site of the 2016 Ryder Cup.  We also have Oakmont and Teton Pines – both fantastic courses with a rich history.

Located in Bethesda, MD – Congressional was the site of the 1997 and 2011 US Open. The course is often considered among the best 100 courses in the United States.  The course measures 7,574 yards from the black tees, is a par 72 with a course and slope rating of 75.4/142. The fairways utilize bent grass in the fairways and greens. Our simulator allows you customize the conditions and experience while you tackle the prestigious course.

Oakmont is the oly course designed by Henry Fownes and opened in 1903.  The unique link-style course straddles the Allegheny River Valley, but practically has no water hazards.  The course features large, extremely fast  and undulating greens.  The course plays 7,254 yards and has a par of 71.  The course rating is 76.9 with a slope rating of 142.  Oakmont has been the site of 9 US Opens including the 2016 Open.  Oakmont has hosted a total of 21 majors and ranked 5th on the 50 toughest course list.

Hazeltine National Golf Club is located in Chaska, Minnesota, a suburb southwest of Minneapolis.  This private club features a course of 7,678 yards with a rating of 78.0.  Hazeltine was the site of the 2016 Ryder Cup won by the United States.  They also hosted the 2009 PGA and 1991 US Open.  The course was originally named “The Executive Golf Club” and was intended to be part of a series of executive clubs around the country.  The course is hilly with narrow fairways and small greens.  Nine holes feature water hazards.  The signature 16th hole is a par four that requires a 220 yard tee shot to carry over Hazeltine Lake.  The green is a challenging peninsula which falls off on all sides, including into the hazard in the back and on the right.

Teton Pines is located in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and is regarded as one of the finest mountain golf facilities in the United States.  The course was designed by legend Arnold Palmer features a challenging, but spectacular  eighteen holes, beautiful scenery, abundant wildlife, and a relatively flat course that will enhance any golfer’s experience.  The course plays over 7400 yards and offers a quality experience to golfers of any skill level.  The final stretch of the course (holes 15-18) are demanding but the finest finishing holes a golfer will experience.

This fantasy course created uniquely for Foresight Sports Simulators is set in the famed Bayou area of Louisiana.  The course is a challenging, yet fun course featuring several “island” holes, lots of trees and other characteristics of the bayou.  The course plays 6,208 yards from the black tees.  Customize your weather conditions for a truly unique game!

Broken Tree Golf Club is nestled in the mountains of North Carolina.  This course features a “rugged” layout and several hundred sculpted bunkers.  The course plays 7,266 yards from the championship tees and 6,816 yards from the professional tees.  Our simulators allow you to see a birds-eye view of each hole before you tee-off so you can see exactly what you’re up against.

Linfield National Golf Club is a championship course playing over 6,100 yards combining traditional links-style course elements  and traditional characteristics like water, trees and changing elevations.  The course has a rating of 69.8 with a slope rating of 123.  This course takes in the beauty of the Pennsylvania landscape in a fun and challenging game.

Willow Crest plays host to several professional and amateur events.  This 18-hole championship course was designed by famed architect Dick Nugent and features bent grass gently rolling fairways, well bunkered greens and an abundance of water.  The course tops out at 6,433 yards with a par of 70 (rating of 71.5) and a slope of 134.